I also serve on the Research Committee and REF Committee.
Currently PhD student topics include:
2011. The Era of Transitional Justice: The Aftermath of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa and Beyond, P. Gready, Routledge.
2006. No-nonsense Guide to Human Rights, O. Ball and P. Gready, New Internationalist.
2005. Reinventing Development? Translating Rights-based Approaches from Theory into Practice, eds. P. Gready and J. Ensor, Zed Books.
2004. Fighting for Human Rights, ed. P. Gready, Routledge.
2003. Writing as Resistance: Life Stories of Imprisonment, Exile, and Homecoming from Apartheid South Africa, P. Gready, Lexington Press.
2003. Political Transition: Politics and Cultures, ed. P. Gready, Pluto Press.
b) Recent refereed articles and book chapters (single authored unless otherwise stated)
2010. “‘You’re Either with Us or Against Us’: Civil Society and Policy Making in Post-Genocide Rwanda”, African Affairs 109 (437): 637-57.
2010. “Introduction – ‘Responsibility to the Story’", Journal of Human Rights Practice 2 (2): 177-90.
2009. “Reasons to be Cautious about Evidence and Evaluation: Rights-based Approaches to Development and the Emerging Culture of Evaluation”, Journal of Human Rights Practice 1 (3): 380-401.
2009. “An Unfinished Enterprise: Visions, Reflections and an Invitation” (with Brian Philips), Journal of Human Rights Practice 1 (1): 1-13.
2009. "Telling Truth? The Methodological Challences of Truth Commiddions", in F. Coomans, F. Gunfeld and M. Kamminga (eds.) Methods of Human Rights Research, Maastrict Series in Human Rights, Intersentia.
2009. "Novel Truths: Literature and Truth Commissions", Comparative Literature Studies 46 (1): 156-76.
2008. “The Public Life of Narratives: Ethics, Politics, Methods”, in M. Andrews, C. Squire and M. Tamboukou (eds) Doing Narrative Research in the Social Sciences, Sage.
2008. "Rights-based Approaches to Development: What is the Value-Added?" Development in Practice 18(6): 735-47.
2008. "Culture, Testimony and the Toolbox of Transitional Justice", Peace Review 20 (1): 41-8.
Co-editor of the Journal of Human Rights Practice. Regular reviewer of articles for other journals in the fields of human rights, conflict, transitional justice and development.
Currently a member of the Board of the Coalition to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers and Adviser to Silence Speaks at the Center for Digital Storytelling.